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Added Aug 31, 2011

by nahoko

Tokyo, Japan






basically it’s same as this dress. I changed the neckline to deeper U-neck, both front and back. this dress is made of only 3 parts, front, back and sleeves.

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    Sep 21, 2011, 11.22 AMby nessys

    I must of missed this one! Wow – I love it! Lovely fabric and the leggings and pearls (two things I adore) look just gorgeous with it! I love the way the black top just peeks out – that contrast is really great and the pearls really echo the colour of the fabric. All works well.

    How sweet is your goosey friend! I remember you saying ages ago you wanted some poultry – is he/she yours? I guess now you’ve moved out to the country you can have some! xxx

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      Sep 21, 2011, 12.37 PMby nahoko

      thank you :))) ah, how nice if I had a goosey friend at home!!! but it’s still a dream… we don’t have even a tiny garden here… I only know that he/she has a funny name which means broad beans ;D btw it was not a ages ago but just a year ago, but I also feel like I’ve known you for ages :D

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    Aug 31, 2011, 02.39 PMby gralo

    love the simple style and nice fabric. great handbag too!

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    Aug 31, 2011, 04.40 AMby ilksen bahşi

    very good fabric so clothes. Am I ask you?Fabric is traditional so ethnic fabric, isn’t it?

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      Sep 1, 2011, 11.34 AMby nahoko

      I think this fabric isn’t traditional or ethnic one, I found it at wholesale fabric store in Tokyo.

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